Is Apple Testing TV Sets Already?

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Apple’s (NASDAQ” target=_blank>NASDAQ:AAPL) main manufacturing partner, Foxconn, has been testing out high-definition television sets, sparking speculation that the iPhone maker has reached the next big stage in the development of its much-rumored new product.

What Indications Point Toward an Apple TV?

Focus Taiwan cited a source at Hon Hai Precision Industries to report that the manufacturer was working on early testing of TV sets between 46 and 55 inches. Last week, The Wall Street Journal had reported that Sharp and Foxconn were partnering Apple on the TV project. According to Focus Taiwan, the product launch may be scheduled for “the end of next year.”

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How Will This Affect Apple’s Stock?

Apple investors are looking for all good news they can get after the recent tumultuous journey for the stock. A television product from Apple will surprise no one because of all the talk that has already existed around it, but anything hinting at manufacturing progress and release certainty should be a positive development.

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